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Volume 38, 20182018 4th International Conference on Energy Materials and Environment Engineering (ICEMEE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Water Conservancy and Civil Engineering|
|Published online||04 June 2018|
Quantitative analyzing for As’s transferring process in coastal waters in Jiaozhou Bay
Research Center for Karst Wetland Ecology, Guizhou Minzu University, Guizhou Guiyang, Guizhou Guiyang, China
2 College of Chemistry and Environmental Science, Guizhou Minzu University, Shanghai, 550025, China
3 North China Sea Environmental Monitoring Center, SOA, Qingdao 266033, China
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
This paper quantified the horizontal and vertical transferring processes of As in coastal waters in the southwest and the bay mouth of Jiaozhou Bay using investigation data in July and October 1982. Results showed that the horizontal absolute loss amounts of As contents in surface waters were 0.20-2.44 μg L-1, and the horizontal relative loss amounts in surface waters were 19.23%-87.14%, respectively. The horizontal absolute loss amounts of As contents in bottom waters were 0.27-2.44 μg L-1, and the horizontal relative loss amounts in bottom waters were 25.00%-54.46%, respectively. The vertical absolute dilution amounts of As contents were 0.02-0.28 μg L-1, and the vertical relative dilution amounts were 1.78-16.66%. The vertical absolute accumulation amounts of Pb contents were 0.10-0.86 μg L-1, and the vertical relative accumulation amounts were 7.35%-35.83%. The vertical absolute dilution amount and vertical relative dilution amount of As’s contents were 0.20-0.76 μg L-1 and 19.23%-27.14%, respectively. The vertical absolute accumulation amount and vertical relative accumulation amount of As’s contents were 0.28-4.12 μg L-1 and 25.00%-91.96%, respectively. The changes of As contents in surface and bottom waters were determined by the source inputs of As and the transferring distance of As from the terrisgenous sources.
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